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WilliamNanceIconSolvent Based Adhesive are the water-soluble glues08:58 17.07.17 

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Solvent Based Adhesive are the water-soluble glues that are best for application on wood, acrylic, paper and fiber. PVA Adhesives are used for purposes like labeling, packaging, insulating, and woodworking. Also the PVA Adhesives are widely used for bonding tiles to fiberglass. As humidity can affect the properties of PVA glues, they are recommended for indoor use only.

Methacrylate Adhesives are also known as toughened structural adhesives. The Methacrylate Adhesives are attributed with properties like impact resistance, longer assembly time, high strength, etc. Methacrylate Adhesives are best suited for bonding metals, plastics, composites, and dissimilar substrates.

Silicone Adhesives are perfect for use on acrylic and glass. It is recommended for exterior applications. However, Silicone Adhesives may get stringy after their application on a particular surface, which make them a little difficult to handle.

Urethane Adhesives are an excellent type of glues that remain environmentally tough and flexible. The Urethane Adhesives are known for their high bond strength, quick setting, abrasion resistance and extended work life properties.

Lamination Adhesive are the cement-based glues that are extensively used for outdoor applications. Grey and white are the common colors of Thinset Mortar Adhesives. This type of Adhesive is generally used on cement, wood, terra cotta and backer board surfaces. However, its use on glass or metal surfaces is not recommended.
 


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